The latest build of Windows 10, Number 15063, named “The Creators Edition” has begun being pushed to Windows 10 users this week. Don’t be alarmed if it takes time for the update to be delivered to your desktop. Just like with the previous build, “The Anniversary Edition”, Microsoft starts with computers running the latest hardware and has the least chance of compatibility issues, and then progresses to the older machines. The process to get everyone updated is estimated to take about two months. My recommendation is to wait until the update is downloaded to your computer. This will provide you with the best chance of not experiencing any problems or issues. If you just can’t wait, you can go to Windows Update and click the link that will allow you to manually download the latest build. As with previous builds, allow a couple of hours for the download and install. I’ve been using the Creators Edition for the past week. It has a lot of new features for those that use Microsoft software. My two biggest complaints is that the Control Panel shortcut has been eliminated from the context menu when right clicking the start button, and my laptop seems to take longer when starting up. I have got around the Control Panel inconvenience by pinning the Control Panel icon to my taskbar. I’m hoping my startup times will improve as the “bugs” are taken care of.